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comment Gaussian Pulse Fitting with N pulses
This sounds like a linear combination of Gaussians, for which the answers here may be useful. I would not recommend the method you describe of trimming out one peak at a time.
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comment How to sort colors properly?
@Guesswhoitis. Palm to forehead. Thank you for your consistently valuable comments on many of the questions here.
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answered How do I generate a set of n-tuples containing integral solutions to a linear equation provided certain constraints?
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answered How to merge permutations obtained from Solve on multiple variables?
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answered How to find the solutions to $a+b+c+d=60$?
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answered Using the Baby-Step Giant-Step algorithm
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answered Implementing AnglePath in Mathematica 10.0
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answered On finding all the positive integral solutions of $x^2+y^2=z^2+1$
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answered NDSolve in Mathematica won't use all the cores avaiable
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comment Express integer as a sum of specific integers from a set, using each no more than once
Google the words in italics...
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comment Code for (a,b) with gcd(a,b)=1?
Thanks, @rasher, it is genuinely heartening to see your comment. I've learned a lot from answers by people like you here on Mma SE. Project Euler is notoriously unforgiving of casual coding, and this gem from Allan Hayes helped a great deal with generating primitive Pythagorean triples.
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answered Code for (a,b) with gcd(a,b)=1?
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answered Mathematica and POV-Ray workflow (Q&A)
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comment What are the arguments supplied to ColorFunction in MandelbrotSetPlot?
Ahhh, thanks for that. The Abs may explain the bizarre behaviour. @Kuba: thanks for the edits! I will use them in future.